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Posted By Malcolm Mayhew on 2018 Feb 13 - 2:59pm

  Now you don't even have to get out of your car at Central Market to shop at Central Market. The gourmet grocer will roll out its long-awaited curbside service on Feb. 15, offering customers the opportunity to shop there without ever having to step inside. This is how it works: Place...

Posted By Malcolm Mayhew on 2018 Jan 18 - 3:30pm

As the former executive chef at Eddie V’s in the Museum District, Fixe co-owner and chef James Robert has spent enough time in Fort Worth to know two things: We’re friendly folks and we like Southern food.  We’re the perfect fit, in other words, for the second location of...

Posted By Malcolm Mayhew on 2018 Jan 18 - 3:21pm

Biscuits have long been a part of Fort Worth’s culinary landscape, but 2018 is the year in which the biscuit will rise to epic proportions, thanks to the arrival of Fixe, as well as a handful of other forthcoming, biscuit-forward restaurants: Fixture chef Ben Merritt’s Ben’s...

Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2018 Jan 18 - 10:57am

A Chat With Chef Jeff Williams of Taste Community Restaurant: What’s the last thing you cooked? A Bacon and Apple Sandwich. It’s our take on the ever-popular BLT. We cure our own bacon and pickle our own apples, and serve it with cheddar cheese on a toasted sourdough bun. What...

Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2018 Jan 18 - 10:29am

For years you’ve probably noticed menus tout their Kobe steaks, burgers and sliders — along with those authentic price tags to boot. But, what they really meant to say was that they are serving “Kobe-style” beef — commonly known as Wagyu, which is not nearly as hard to...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 May 2 - 11:12am

Located in between Monticello and the Museum District is a very popular little house. The snug dining room and welcoming patio are as inviting as any of the homes that surround it.

Stuffed Chicken Marsala with Ricotta and Mozzarella, shallots, walnuts and polenta in a Marsala Portobello sauce was both attractive and tasty. Bone-in Chicken stuffed with Ricotta, Pamigiano-Reggiano, spinach, roasted...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Jul 26 - 12:07pm

The Brazilian Steak Chimichurri ($14) was a thick, well-seasoned slice of certified Angus skirt steak grilled beautifully. The mashed potatoes were light and fluffy, and the meat had plenty of flavor. If you have never been there before, the best way...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Jun 4 - 10:45am

Austin has its OASIS perched on the hillside overlooking Lake Travis. Gruene has the Grist Mill, with a casual patio feeling and glimpses of the Guadalupe. Now Fort Worth welcomes the Woodshed Smokehouse to the banks of our beloved Trinity River.

by Courtney Dabney Everyone loves a backyard barbecue, especially when someone else is doing the cooking. The new Woodshed Smokehouse makes you feel as if you scored an invitation to a private party in Chef Tim Love’s own backyard. This is exactly the kind of ambience he was shooting for...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 May 17 - 4:20pm

Few people were as sad as I to see Aventino’s Italian Restaurant close its doors a few years back after such a long run. And now I don’t have to mourn any longer.

by Courtney Dabney Over the years, there were many memorable occasions at Aventino’s, from dates back in high school to New Year’s Eves and even rehearsal dinners. The romantic and intimate setting was the perfect backdrop, along with the welcoming family service that the Westside had...